Leving team reunites dad with sons after all contact cut off
A great dad who was very involved in his young sons’ lives – ages 3 and 5 – suddenly found himself cut off entirely from them for no reason at all, according to court documents.
Devastated, he turned to attorney Jeffery M. Leving, founder and president of the Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving Ltd. for help. This dad explained that, not only was the mother keeping his kids from him – which was horrific for him — but also, said she was trying to destroy his relationship with his kids.
“Parental alienation can be emotionally traumatizing, especially to vulnerable children. It can harm children emotionally, psychologically, mentally and even physically,” said Leving, who will talk about the case on the Dads Rights Legal Hour, 9-10 a.m. CDT this Saturday on Power 92.3 FM.
Dad needed help fast. The Leving team went to court quickly and argued that depriving these two little boys of their father, who had been such a loving and strong parent in their lives, was causing the children harm.
The Judge agreed and entered a Court order reuniting dad with his children. The Judge ordered that dad be provided parenting time each week, as well as summer parenting time and make up parenting time in the event he does not get all parenting time ordered by the court, due to specific circumstances. Moreover, the Judge ordered that the mother cannot say anything derogatory about dad in the presence of the children.
“My client came to me with a very stressful and gut-wrenching situation,” Leving said. “We went to work for him immediately and secured him the result he was looking for – a relationship with his children.” Dad was overjoyed with this victory, modified for broadcast. “This courageous dad never gave up hope and neither did I,” said Leving.
Jeffery M. Leving is founder and president of the Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving Ltd., and is an advocate for the rights of fathers. He is the author of Fathers’ Rights, Divorce Wars and How to be a Good Divorced Dad, the latter of which was endorsed by President Obama and by Cardinal Francis E. George, then the archbishop of Chicago. To learn more about Leving and his latest court victories, follow him on Twitter and Facebook.
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